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identifies them. only using that name can they communicate back and forth. without trying to trace it back to the original tipster, it's not possible. >> it's an authentication as well. the original tipster is going to give me as a detective i know six months down the line this is the same person telling me something earlier. >> we delete information as soon as we get it. we do not store logs of anything that's identifiable either. >> is there a danger of a private company getting the tip first? i think that's interesting that you get it first which protects the tipster but it is also interesting that you have your hands on the information first before the police agency. >> you mean is it a danger that we're holding that information? >> just because it isn't a police agency. >> we deal with sensitive information. the other half of our business is doing notifications and we have a long history of dealing with this type of information. our servers are housed in incredibly high security data centers. the same data centers that have police data as well. we guard that information extremely jeal
building to commercial use and the south side of 20th street extension of the economy in the area right now and light industrial, arts and recreation and the things that are making that a cool hot new area and we can accommodate that growth. we think this will be jobs for 400 to 500 people. one of the things to recognize this project is important to the port for quite a while. a decade ago we were in contract with other entities to do this and tried to make this project happen. we carry $109 million in the capital plan to do these buildings. we have a project before you today where the orden development group would take the lead and invest their funds and realize this. one of the reasons -- the high level reasons we think this can succeed at this point. one is we brought the capital costs down for a number of reasons and one is the specialized expertise in saving the buildings. this is a strong market interest. they have shown interest to the capital and put their equity on the table. one of the things the buildings will bring is historic tax credit and equity and low expe
. >> good morning. mosaic. a special program for us. the bay area has a lot of talented people. we are delighted to bring you dr. snyder the professor of biblical studies and spirituality. and a sister of the sisters servants of the immaculate heart of mary. did i say that close? okay. thank you. welcome. welcome. in short, dr. snyder is a professor and a nun and lives in bay area. lives in alameda. she's here to chat with us and it's truly a pleasure. thank you for taking time here. let's begin with -- let's begin with you. you you grew up in michigan. born in chicago. cub or white sox fans i should ask. either one. at some point you decided to enter into the religious life. tell us about that decision and tell us about entering with the sisters. >> well, in catholic lingo the experience is a call. much like a call to ministry. or a call to be an artist. one is being invited to do something with one's life. and in this case, i suppose you could call it a special invitation of religion but a desire to spend one's life growing in union with god and serving god's people. >> so this c
dillon, mr. young, do you have any announcements for us? >> yes, please turn off all cell phones and electronic devices, copies and any documents that should be part of the file should be submitted to the clerk, they will appear on the october 16, 2012 board of supervisor's agenda, unless otherwise stated. >> colleagues, item number 1 i'm not going to call just yet, they wanted to be here and present and answer questions, but they have a conflict at this moment, he will be later on in the meeting, item number 2? >> the resolution authorizing the director of public works to authorize the direct to have of public works to execute an amendment to the construction management services agreement with cooper pugeda management inc. for the laguna honda hospital replacement program. >> good morning, chair chu, john thomas, project manager for the laguna honda hospital replacement program, you have modification before you to increase the contract from 16.196 million to 16.805 million dollars to provide construction management service to the remodel of the h wing, which is the existing fac
for joining us for a look at business and fince here in the washingtonegion. this week, a major merger did not happen. paul ryan and joe bidenen tangled over taxeses a how we get out of the red while we salute the washington nationals. coming up later "the washington business journal" out with a new list. first, a look a the red hot ra in the u.s. senate. a mpaign is a among the most fiercely contested and the outcome will help detetermine which party will control the senate. this week, i sat down with former senator and governor, republican george allen. thank you for joining us for "washington business report." summit of the issues you he been dealing with have focused on the economy. those automatic spending cuts scheduled to happen i in january. you strongly oppose the idea now. at is the alternative? >> the alternative is leadership. putting off decisions to another commission. if they fail to come up we result in devastating cuts to our military readiness and over 200,000 jobs are at risk in virginia. the right thing to do is not raise taxes as they are proposing. it would cause more
. >> okay. item six please be advised that use of cell phonings, pagers and similar electronic devices are prohibited at this meeting. please be advised that the chair may order the removal of the meeting room of any person that uses one of these devices. please be advised that a member of the public has three minutes to make comments on each item. >> good afternoon. thank you for joining today. i have a short executive director's report and the first item happened a week ago saturday and i wanted to share with you. there was a pleasure craft vessel with three people board that was out on the bay and in the course on the bay they struck little alcatraz rock which is located on the west side of the island. in the impact tour a fairly sizable hole in the boat's hull. they were able to get over to the fisherman wharf's area and hook up for a barge doing construction for us and run by vortex who is doing the promenade work and the u.s. ghost guard and marine vessel unit responded to assist this vessel and helped the auntie am and needed the help of the vertex so she could be appropr
companies tell us how profit able they are. what does it mean for the markets and your money. >>> and what does bob woodward uncover in his new book about president obama and how he handles the economy. >>> no act. it is a familiar face with an important concern. my conversation with matt damon about cleempb water around the world. >>s this the place where i feel i can have the biggest impact on people's lives. >> the "wall street journal report" begins right now. >> we will have that in a minute but first bill griffeth with a look at the headlines. bill? >> here's what is making news as we head to a new week on wall street. the earnings season is upon us with mixed expectations. so far, that's what companies have been delivering. for example, financial giant jpmorgan chase beat estimates turning in a record profit. it sate housing has turned a corn canner. wells fargo beat expectations but fell short on the revenue side. industrial company alcoa met estimates but lowered the forecast citing slowing global economy and demand for aluminum. an ugly week for the markets. by thursday the dow w
in the u.s. you can do this. >> the tigers, by state law, like tony here, can only be with the public until they are 40-pounds. >> and that's with a leash. state law says it's okay for big cats 25-pounds or less to be handled with only a trainer's restraint, but a trainer must be present. and all wildlife shall be exhibited in a manner that prevents injuries to the public and to the animals. but swimming with tony is not cheap. you sign a general release and for $200, you can frolic for 30 minutes in the water on the lawn, or even help out with his bottle feeding. >> tony is a growing boy. he will eat four of these a day. he's only at eight pounds right now, but he'll wind up like his dad, well over a thousand pounds. >> you can swim with a 4-foot gator here, too. >> man versus gator. >> it's just ally, really. >> ali the alligator. her mouth is taped up and you can join her in the pool with a trainer. >> we don't take it to other places. we use our swimming facility here. >> okay. we are just talking about how weird that one was, but different strokes for different folks, righ
joins us with the latest from both camps. also tonight, hope for malala. the pakistani school girl clinging to life after the taliban shot her at close range. doctors see some promising signs. elizabeth palmer reports from pakistan. lessons learned on the battle fields of iraq and afghanistan are saving lives here at home. bob orr with that story. >> it's awesome. it's so big, too. i can't believe it's going down the street. >> axelrod: and mission improbable-- a space shuttle inching along the streets of los angeles on its final mission. ben tracy takes us along for the ride. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. in 24 days, americans will elect a president. according to the latest national gallup poll, mitt romney now leads barack obama by two points, 49 to 47, a statistical dead heat. the state of the race has been shaken up in the last 10 days since the first presidential debate. look at florida, ape crucial state for both men. a poll by two of the state's largest newspapers has governor romney up by seven points,
between us." in the book she shares her experience of going up in mexico without her parents who immigrated to the united states illegally to find work. this is about half an hour. >> reyna grande what is -- >> the way i grew up knowing it was a reference to the united states but to me because i grew up in this hometown surrounded by mountains and i didn't know where the united states was, to me it was the other side of the mountain. and during that time when my parents were gone working here in the u.s., i would look at the mountains and think that my parents were over there on the other side of the mountains. >> where did you grow up and originally where were you born? >> i was born in mexico in southern mexico and the little city that no one has heard of. when i mention acapulco everyone knows i'll could poke so it was a few hours away from acapulco. >> windage of parents come to the united states? >> my father came here in 1977 when i was three years old and he sent for my mother a few years later so my mother came in 1980 when i was four and a half years old. >> when did you
even if he used all of his hand surfaces and his legs, there is nothing there. there are no molecules up there for him to deflect. but when he started to slow down, that's when the tumble started to occur and that's when i got very concerned, and obviously he could use his hands, he could use his legs, use his body. all the things he learned, that saved his life. that experience saved him because he knew what to do. >> it really did. there's a chute opening there. he was able to make the pulls on that chute and make the rest of his descent there. extraordinary. chad meyers, thanks so much. we're going to bring people up to speed now on all the news, including this take place. leo chou, a former astronaut. thank you very much. we're going to talk to you again in a matter of minutes. you're now looking at images that were taken less than 30 minutes ago of felix baumgartner as he was making his descent from 23 miles above the earth in a free fall fashion before he was able to hit the right place in the atmosphere and have the wherewithall to open his chute, and there is the descent there
more complex than some of those little stories and anecdotes would lead us to believe. >> host: let's look forward. one thing that is very important about william rehnquist, he hired a man named john roberts who is the chief justice of the united states. he was hired to be a law clerk. john roberts then ended up serving in the ronald reagan administration and in the supreme court in 2005 succeed william rehnquist after he died from thyroid cancer. what is the legacy do you believe? >> guest: i see that john roberts as being rehnquist's natural air. >> now, roberts is a worn just partisan. his methodology is more conservative than william rehnquist, and there has never been it court is conservative, according to the academic studies, there has never been a court that is more conservative right now than the roberts court, at least not since 1987 when records are being analyzed and kept. i think that roberts is very much different in some respects. i'm not sure that rehnquist would've voted as roberts did. i'm not sure that he would voted as part of the affordable care act. >> i was be
. and the congressional investigation into attacks on u.s. consulate the pope and gothic. -- consulate in benghazi. news makers, some day after washington journal at 10:00 a.m. eastern and then again later at 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> the supreme court heard oral argument wednesday on fisher v. university of texas, a case that could determine the future of affirmative action. abigail fisher, who is white, was denied admission to the university of texas at austin to richie suit, arguing that racial minorities with force credentials were accepted at had a fair -- ahead of her. she says and violates the guarantee of equal protection. this is about an hour and half. >> well, i get to say that this is case number 11-345, fisher against the university of texas at austin. and you get to say -- >> mr. chief justice, general suter trained me too well. mr. chief justice, and members of the court, and may it please the court, the central issue here is whether the university of texas at austin can carry its burden approving that its use of race as an admissions-plus factor in the consequent denial of equal tr
in their town hall debate. >> former u.s. senator, arlen specter, pa., has died. in august announced he was battling cancer. over the years he fought two previous bouts with non hodgkin's lymphoma. he was elected to five terms as senator and was the longest serving senator in pennsylvania history. a republican for most of the time, he became a democrat in 2009. he was born in wichita, kan., in 1930, and served in the u.s. air force. he received a law degree from yale university, worked on the warren commission, and practiced law before becoming district attorney in philadelphia. he was 82 years old. reaction is starting to come in. senator john mccain posted on twitter -- arlen specter, a dear friend to serve his state with honor and distinction, r i p on friday, secretary of state hillary clinton told reporters that there is still much that the administration does not know about the september 11 attack on the consulate in libya. earlier in the week the oversight committee heard testimony from department officials on whether the level of security there was adequate prior to the attack.
, everyone. so glad you're with us. i'm randi kaye. we start this morning with the shuttle "endeavour" final journey. a slow, very slow ride through the streets of los angeles that is still not other. remember, we're used to seeing the shuttle going about 17,000 miles per hour but two miles an hour this weekend may have been too ambitious for "endeavour." john zarrella is hanging out watching the crawl. >> reporter: many people have waited eight, nine hours for the shuttle to arrive, but when it did, it was worth it. it had the road to itself, a parade of one. in tinseltown where seeing stars ho-hum, "endeavour" made everyone starry-eyed. cameras snapped. people looked on in awe as "endeavour" came into view. this was the first viewing area outside the old former arena where the los angeles lakers once played. and "endeavour" was way ahead at that point but it wouldn't last. outside the second designated viewing area, some people stood and waited for more than eight hours for it to arrive and when it did, it was well after dark. the most difficult part was more difficult than expected. "ende
in us having --. >> will the mock up be under review by the preservation staff? >> yes, when we gt our environmental reviews the preservation staff is going to be intimately involved in every aspect of the project including tim fry because they are also experts. >> what is the timeline? you said you need to get the subcontractor. >> the timeline is really critical. we are in the middle of our construction documentsment we expect to start construction july 1st, 2013. we now have a few months for bidding and awarding of subcontract to finish our document. delaying the project, you know, the building is deteriorating as we speak. it's going to have to go through this winter, we don't want it to go through many more. so a delay would be disasterous for the building and the project. aside from the seismic issues, which is something else again. >> is it safe to assume the other mock ups have not been done? >> no. i mean it is safe to assume that because we will have the terra cotta mock up done when we have a terra cotta sub on board. we really need the workmen who are going to make t
out there with what with what they're doing in the like has a potential use son some of the parks, i think that's extraordinary work and thank you very much for that work. secondly, as mentioned in jeff's report about the six new parks that are being built down there or that are intended to be built, i'm very concerned and hope that when these discussions take place that recreation and park staff and myself or any other commissioner that would like to be included in these discussions would be there. i would like to see this discussion go to not only who manages or maintains these parks but also the funding of them. i think a recreation and park is the choice place to put these parks for maintenance, so thank you. >> commissioner borden? >> there's a few questions for staff, so you mentioned that the project, the transit tower project was lowered from 1200 feet to 1050, what did that achieve in the shadow reduction? do you recall? and then secondary, at what height in general do you get a shadow from this building? i thought it would interesting to know. >> the reduction from 1200 to
of these two u.s. navy vessels. no, jrno injuries but we will e more details on that right in the middle of huckabee which starts give me is seven. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> tonight on huckabee. >> how thin does the ice have to get before someone falls through? >> officials in charge of protecting our embassy in libya asking for more security. >> it was abundantly clear we were not going to get resources until the aftermath of an incident. >> we were fighting a losing battle. >> congressman patrick eman on the administration failure to protect americans in hostile territory. >> and. >> we did not know they wanted more security. >> why didn't joe snow and what did he think was so funny at thursday's debate? [ laughter ] >> plus, former house speaker newt gingrich with his take on the vice presidential showdown and what he expects from obama versus romney round two. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you. thank you very much. and welcome to it huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. just days after the uprising at
. go to to submit your questions now. thanks for watching us on "state of the union". "fareed zakaria gps" is here for our viewers in the united states. >>> this is gps, the global public square. welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. on monday mitt romney set out his foreign policy plank. in eight days mitt romney and president obama will debate foreign affairs. we will ask the terrific panel what to make of romney's foreign policy. >>> next up, "argo," the amazing little known story of six americans who actually escaped from the embassy in tehran in 1979 and eventually got out of the country. i'll talk to the man at the cia who masterminded the operation. ben affleck plays him on the big screen, but you get the real version with us. >>> finally, drew foust, the president of harvard, on how the civil war changed america. >>> also, do you feel guilty take dagg off from work? don't. it's probably good for your country. i'll explain. >>> but first here's my take. recently intelligence squared a feisty forum in
buy the book. thank you for joining us here on booktv for a few minu >> i'm ready to talk about, i will come to that point, about bridging the state of religion. but if you separate or distinguish the state of religion, tell me what you put instead of religion. because what we are facing in the west now, we all know this has citizens, i live in europe, you live in the united states of america and we all know the problem we have with our democracies now is not the decision of religions, but some decisions of transnational cooperation and economic power that are deciding without us being able to do anything. in democracy we are still dealing with powers that are beyond the democracy procedure. banks, transnational corporations, and we're facing with people are deciding. in greece, in spain, in italy we have technocrats are coming to solve the problem. we never elected them. but money is choosing them. so we also have to deal with the simplistic answer when it comes to separate religion from state, what do you have? directing the state or imposing decision on the state which is also i
the news throughout the day right here on the fox newschannel. that's it for us. i'm eric shawn. >> given the choice of the air, i will take my chair. i'm jamie colby. have a great day. good luck, felix. shannon is next. >> we think there are more questions than answers right now, chris, and that those questions deserves answers and the american people have a right to know the answers, accurate answers. >> there's nobody on the planet who is more concerned and more interested in getting to the bottom of this than the president of the united states. he feels personal responsibility for every representative he sends around the world. >> things go from a simple to a boil -- a simmer to a boil for the obama administration over the terror attack in benghazi. republicans are turning up the heat, demanding to know when and what the white house knew about security requests for the diplomatic mission in libya. meanwhile, the president's top advisor defends the administration's handling of the crisis while also saying the buck stops at the oval office and accuses the romney campaign of using this t
is about more than just the presidency, in three states a chance to vote on the recreational use of marijuana. barry petersen reports. and shuttle endeavour, a late arrival at its new home. ben tracy on the slow crawl through the streets of los angeles. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> and good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. in the sky over new mexico today a man jumped from 24 miles up and broke the sound barrier on the way down. a first. felix baumgartner broke that barrier by more than 100 miles an hour, then landed with ease. with details, here's mark strassmann. >> reporter: felix baumgartner climbed into the strat sphere more than 24 miles above new mexico's desert. the 43-year-old austrian skydiver was about to become a human missile and plunge farther and fast never freefall than anyone in history. >> everything is in the green, doing great. >> reporter: his ascent had landed two and a half hours, in a capsule hoisted by a 55 story helium balloon, rising 1,000 feet a minute. the only hitch, baumgartner's viser foingd up when his helmet's h
government has lied to us and has engaged in a systematic and deliberate coverup. while i do have friends in the intelligence community and military it wasn't those relationships that gave that thought to me. that just confirmed what was obvious to everyone. well, everyone except the obama administration which continued to embare ras itself by trotting out people to maybe the ridiculous assert, that the attacks were some spontaneous reaction to a poorly made 13 minute video about muhammad. this past week congressional hearings with witnesses under oath established there was is no mob in benghazi. it was a carefullily planned and executed terrorist attack and that our personal in libya had repeatedly begged pore more security and reported more than 230 specific security issues. the ambassador himself requested more security. those pleas were ignored. we have a clear picture of what happened but we still don't know why. was there such a dogged determination to prove that al-qaeda and the taliban was no longer a threat that we would even risk the security of our own people with fingers cross
the state department could provide and what the military had been providing to us when we were not ready to assume those responsibilities. >> thank you. my time is up. >> the best part is you got that extra 30 seconds very artfully. >> you are always generous. thank you. >> with that, we go to the gentleman from idaho. >> thank you. one of the most difficult job than have and women who lose their lives it service of this country. i take that responsibility very, very seriously. i am looking right now and i am really confused ambassador kennedy, by some of this david you are making, particularly the statement that has been addressed before. you said if any administration official, including any career official were on television on sunday, september 16, they would have said what ambassador rice said. the information she had from the intelligence community, i see how specific you are being caught lot from the intelligence community, is the same at that point. can you explain to me how on september 12, you told congressional aides that he believed it was a terrorist attack? >> congressman,
,000 for maintenance of the art collection, and we learned that a good portion of that funding is used for graffiti abatement. which doesn't leave much money to sort of help to maintain the art that the city has. and that really needs to be addressed. most people in the art world have told us that we've asked, that 1% of the value of the collection is normally set aside for its maintenance. not an unreasonable number. that's $90,000. we recommend that the complete inventory of the collection be done quickly, and that the -- and that it continue in the future, that this not is a one-time shot. and as a result we have made a recommendation that funding for that purpose be made so that our art collection is maintained properly. >> president farrell: just to be clear, 90 million dollar collection? 1%, 900,000. >> 12 times -- >> yeah, i'm glad i have my colleagues in back of me on my back here so that we can make this -- >> president farrell: we all need help here. >> i do a lot. so, again, i think it's necessary to clarify the ambiguity caused by the charter and the -- i'm sorry. i misread. i think, ag
support a continuance to allow us to finalize the settlement. >> mr. sanchez? >> thank you, scott sanchez, planning department. the department would not oppose a continuance of the subject item and definitely we're 73 happy to the parties have been able to reach an amicable solution. we're happy to have a meeting with all parties to see what the best path forward would be. i don't know what that path would be, but we can have the discussion. >> commissioners, our calendars are quite full over the next few wex. even though it would be tight, my recommendation would be november 7. >> okay. >> does that work for --. >> given the long length of time and complexity of the item, i would request some additional time. >> november 5. >> that's better for us. >> great. >> is there a motion then commissioner? >> move the item be continued until december 5th. >> thank you. >> is there any public comment? okay, you can call the roll. >> on that motion to reschedule item 4-a to december 5th. (roll called) the vote is 4-0, this matter is rescheduled to december 5th. >> okay, great, so we can then, it
ruined us. spain does not respect our culture or our language. this has to stop. our people have tried everything to get along with spain, but ultimately, we had to reach the decision to found a state of our own. >> the regional government of catalonia has voted to bring forward elections to the end of this november. the incumbent president hopes to achieve an absolute majority. one goal of his liberal nationalist party is a popular referendum on catalonia and independence, a shift from the party's previous, more moderate course. >> there's no way back. we know it will be a huge challenge, but there is no other option. otherwise, they would be selling themselves out, and we don't want that. >> not everyone agrees. outside the parliament of the autonomous region of catalonia, outraged citizens staged a protest. they accuse the government of being corrupt and wasting money. local politicians say the protesters are also responsible for spain's pipe -- financial crisis. >> the catalonia government is using the beta of independence to diverted attention from the serious problems that have a
. welcome to the wall street journal repart. i'm maria bartiromo. companies tell us how profitable they are. what does it mean for the markets and your money. what is bob woodward uncovering in his new book about president obama? rare access to the president and how he handles the economy. a familiar face and concern. my conversation with matt damon about clean water around the world. >> it eeps the place where i feel i can have the biggest inl pact on people's lives. >> wall street journal report begins right now. >> the wall street journal report, now, maria bart row know. >> we'll have all that in a minute. first, bill griffith with a look at the headlines. >> here is a look at what's making news on wall street. the all important earnings season is upon us here with mixed expectations. so far, it's what companies have been delivering. jp morgan chase turned in estimates. housing turned a corner. wells fargo beat expectations but it fell short on the revenue side. alcoa lowered the forecast citing slower economy. by thursday, the dow was riding a four-day losing streak and the nasdaq had
as the clothes. us? plus, should you allow employees to talk politics in the workplace? ail that and more coming up on "your business". >>> hi there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg. welcome to "your business," the show dedicated to giving you tips and advice to helping your small business grow. in today's tech save ae world, new e-commerce sites are popping up every single day. but how do you make yours stand out from the rest in today rod kurts introduces us to content is king to brand new heights. ♪ ♪ >> i was walking down the streets of paris, and stumbled upon this tiny boutique in paris. bought a pair of shoes, not surprising. >> when former model and goldman sachs analyst returned from her trip, all of her friends were dying to get their hands on a pair of their own. but when they called the boutique, they were told the only way to get them was it visit the store in person. >> it boggled me that in the 21st century we didn't have a platform to purchase from paris, these shoes. >> so she built this on-line shopping. olga new this one store wouldn't be enough to make it successful. to make h
. >> the thing about eisenhower is that he would never tell anybody about whether he was planned to use nuclear weapons. why is this important? when nuclear-weapons were pretty new and we threaten to use them at various stages, nobody ever knew whether he was serious or not and whether he meant that. you have to be credible. talk about loneliness command. what could be a greater decision then that that he ran the allied invasion. he is president and has an even greater level of response ability. we are building a whole arsenal of nuclear weapons. are we going to use these things are not? ike use them as a tool. he used this as a tool to avoid any war. >> evan thomas on "ike's bluff." >> on thursday, a vice president joe biden and republican vice- presidential candidates paul ryan that in their only debate at center college in kentucky. the moderator was martha radditz. this is just over 1.5 hours. ba>> good evening and welcome to the first and only vice- presidential debate of 2012. i am martha raddatz. i am honored to moderate this debate between the two men who have dedicated much of their li
cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle t us. let not your heart be troubled. have a good weekend. see you back hereonday. >> winning the presidency, what does that take? a strong debate. >> i'm paying for this microphone. >> this is all theatre. it's theatre and politics. it's trying to get people to me in to the theatre and take a look, see if they like your play. >> yes, we can. >> you have to lea to see campaigns through the lens of the camera. >> campaigns are made of moments that everyone remembers. >> the difference between a hockey mom and a p bull, lipstick. >> there you go again. >> where's the beef? >> senator, you're no kennedy. >>ommerce, education, and the -- what's the third one there? oops. >> tonight we take you behind the scenes. >> see if they can do this flash. >> we'll show you what they don't like to talk about. >> so lying is okay in politics? >> what's behind winning the presidency? ♪ >> when it to say winning the presidency, i'd like to think that the choices about whose ideas are better, but when you talk to people behind the scenes they talk about moments.
, new fallout from the deadly terror attack on the u.s. consulate in libya as the mother of one murdered american is speaking out. that's raising new concerns about security at the consulate where the u.s. embassador and three other americans were killed. grieving mother pat smith says critical questions remain under answered about her son, sean's death. >> how did my son die? why did he die? especially why weren't there security people? they told me there were five security people there. who were they and why didn't they do something? some of those security people got killed and some did not. >> still such a tragedy. good morning, everyone, i'm jamie colby. >> i'm eric. >> this development comes as secretary of state hillary clinton says the u.s. is doing what it can to protect its people around the world. >> and we will never prevent every act of violence or terrorism or achieve perfect security. our people cannot live in bunkers and do their jobs. >> so how do we protect americans serving overseas and is that the message we want to send to those risk their lives. john bolton joins us
in that country. the most interesting and the reason i'm most excited to talk to us tonight, unlike a lot of people who talk about opinions, david actually got to know the shower al-assad, which is a unique perspective for an academic figure. david wrote a book in 2005, which held up great hopes for the future of syria under bashar, that he would be a reformer in syria after his father died was now discovered that it's not the case and is now written another book called the fall of the house of support. are going to talk about that tonight. my first question is going to be, when did you first meet assad and what was your impression? >> guest: i first met president bashar in 2004. i wanted to interview him because he was the atypical middle east dictator. he was a licensed up knowledge is, not groomed to be president and only was brought back into the grooming process and the political apparatus and his older brother who was being groomed guy than a car accident in 1994. bush are the the times in london getting the equivalent of an advanced degree in a gemology and he was brought back stea
been brought forth, although they are not specifically before us, we were able to figure out what these impacts would be and given that impact collectively, you've brought forth an increase in the shadow allotment and as we go forward with the individual projects, we have to agree we will approve them and will allot to each of these their share of the shadow impact, is that a fair assessment? >> yes. the budget -- creating the budgets doesn't preclude the commission's further discretion in evaluating the specific shadows and entitling the specific projects but it sets the sort of maximum envelope of what can be considered in the future and sets the qualitative criteria by which you will evaluate those projects. >> just setting the project does not mean you approve the budget for any particular project at this particular time? >> that's correct. >> that's one thing and the other question i had was for commissioner wu, i think we already have allocated 9 million dollars for park improvements in chinatown, i think what you were asking to do was to earmark that money and the first mon
the material that was presented us that we verified, but that's another matter. >> president farrell: can i ask you a quick question. obviously there have been lots of changes, personnel changes. have you had a chance to interact with the current staff? >> yes, we have. >> to your satisfaction in terms of time and so forth? because obviously if we have new staff they may have different ideas, hopefully stronger ideas, perhaps they're going to cure some of the past ills. i want to ask your opinion on that. >> we have done that. we do find a great deal of hope that the new staff will make great strides. and i think the morale that we have found as a result of that has improved. however, that's not enough to sort of stand on your laurels. the structure of the board is wrong. for the 2012 responsibilities of this commission. and we want to make that clear, that that's our position, based upon everything that we have learned in the past year of investigation. >> president farrell: thank you. >> the commission puts a higher priority on matters other than conserving the articles that are part of the c
at almost 800 miles n hour. nbc's tom costello monitored the mission. he joins us from washington with more. >> the team says that felix baumgartner broke the record for the highest jump ever, the highest free fall and he broke the sound barrier at mach 1. >> felix disconnect the oxygen hose. >> reporter: there he was at 128,000 feet, standing quite literally on the edge of space, preparing to do what no one had done before, with his mom watching from mission control, 43-year-old felix baumgartner offered a few words most most part to understood. then he was gone, beginning a terrifying supersonic dive from 24 miles up. a white dot as he quickly passed 700 miles an hour. >> speed 720 miles an hour. >> reporter: the scene began well before sun rise as they prepared felix. baumgartner is no novice he's made harrowing dumps before from 15 and 18 miles up. but today was about breaking a free fall record that has stood since 1960. the former austrian military paratrooper faced instant death. he told jay leno that fear is healthy. this morning after a brief burst of wind, baumgartner's balloon go
. there is the storm to the north and west of us. let's look good hd doppler radar. we have not felt this on this side of the mountains, but there is a warm front in pennsylvania and the great lakes. that is what is generating the shower activity. we expected to stay north of us, all right? then from the plains states, from kansas, nebraska, a pretty good storm's coming out of it from texas and oklahoma, central missouri, near kansas city. so, bottom, we have some ups and we have sundowns. i will -- so autumn, we have some ups and we have some downs. i'll talk about that in the forecast beginning >> a man has died after a shooting in anne arundel county. police say 21-year-old matthew morrow and another man was taken to the hospital where morrow died. the unidentified man suffered nine at injuries. officers found 18-year-old shauna jones suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. she has since died from her injuries. peashooter is still at large. meanwhile -- the shooter is still at large. meanwhile, a shooting in west baltimore around 3:30 this morning. we are told there were two suspects taken to t
have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11, live, local, late breaking, this is 11 news sunday morning. >> good morning. welcome to 11 news sunday morning, i'm jennifer franciotti. >> i'm lisa robinson. our top stories in a moment but first let's look outside with tony pann. >> it's going to be a nice day today, warmer. >> good for the ravens game. >> if you're lucky enough to hold tickets, it's a good one. currently clouds out there, 53 degrees at airport. we started in the 40's this morning and will climb to above-average conditions this afternoon. the average high is 67 and we should smoke into -- sneak intoe low 70's with a mix of sun and clouds. i'll be back in a few minutes to check the seven-day forecast. >> looking at news making headlines this morning. a man has died and another recovering after a shooting outside of a house party in anne arundel county around one 1:30 a.m. in the 7000 block of
.d. begins right now. >>> hey, there, and thanks for joining us. i'm back home after spending most of this past week chasing down answers in that meningitis outbreak. over there, that's the necc, the compounding facility. back here, it's a repsycycling facility, eventually a dump. you'll see what else i uncovered. >>> next, sugar. we talk about it all the time. puts the polar bears of coke under the knife. it's a cartoon but pretty graphic stuff. >>> and hormone replacement therapy. this issue confuses women more than any other. i have an important answer based understood a new study. >>> but we begin with the meningitis outbreak under a microscope. the plot thickens on the deadly and growing meningitis outbreak that's affecting so much of the country. contaminated ichb jekzs of 14,000 people in 23 states they may have received. they were made by necc. that's a compounding pharmacy in massachusetts that's licensed to distribute drugs in all 50 states. compound facilities were established so they could make custom dosages for paetsch epts with individual needs. the fda isn't in char
leaving secretary of state hllary clinton out on the lam. joining us to a former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, fox is contributor john bolton. ambassador, let's go first to the idea thatwhen jay carney was trying to create some buffer, some comfort cause some zone by saying that vice-president biden was only referring to himself and the president of the united states when he said that he knew of no such request. your reaction? >> well, i cannot believe tha that is why there is a national security council staff at the going on at the state department at the defense department, to make sure that the critical issues are brought to the president's attention. this was obviously a very high-risk posed nd, indeed, it was opposed where al qaeda killed our ambassador. the entire national security staff to list? biggest if so and his comments seemed to indicate that the maid is the state department's responsibility alone, want to know what is going to the mind of diligence and right now and, perhaps an even more importantly what is going to the mind of bill clinton that his boss,
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